Leviathan rated the best discovery of 2010 magazine

By HILLEL KOREN / GLOBES
May 19, 2011 11:17

 
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"Oil and Gas Investor" has ranked the Leviathan natural gas discovery as the best discovery of the year for 2010. The honorees will be recognized at the magazine's seventh annual Excellence Awards on June 2. The Tamar discovery was named best discovery for 2009.

The Leviathan field is estimated to have 16 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, double the 8 trillion cubic feet of gas in the Tamar field.

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